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What Others are Saying About San Diego
“San Diego must be one of America’s best-kept secrets, at least on this side of the Atlantic. Very few Europeans would put it at the top of their list of places to visit and yet it has a climate unrivaled by Florida and a location to surpass Los Angeles. It also has a diversity of culture and sights to match Washington, New York, San Francisco or any of the other “great” cities.”
- Juliana N. from London
“In Southern California, where the desert meets the Pacific, you’ll find a city that combines opulence with stunning scenery.”
- Belfast, Ireland Telegraph
“Give me San Diego anytime: an oasis of indulgence between the desert and the ocean.”
- The Independent in London
“San Diego was one of the cleanest and nicest cities I have ever seen.”
- Billie R. from Washington, D.C.
“I was in San Diego in March for a conference, and I’ve decided that San Diego must be heaven. Yup. If you’re good, San Diego is where you go when you die.” – Obstetrician from the Midwest U.S.
“San Diego is beautiful; the architecture is beautiful, the landscaping is beautiful, and the weather is beautiful.”
- Cancer Survivor from Chicago
“I grew up in San Diego and have lived here on and off for 32 years. I didn’t know a thing or two ON EVERY PAGE! I’m going to use this web site to explore with my kids and maybe NEVER leave (even for vacation). Really nice job.”
- Greg Layson, Modish Maternity, La Jolla, CA
“First of all, let’s just start by saying I love San Diego! It’s beautiful. The people are friendly, it’s easy to find your way around and a great place to visit. I would love to go back there for a week and see lots more and do lots more.”
- Cruise Ship Passenger from Canada
“San Diego, te quiero! (I love you.) A weekend of dancing, music, food, discovery.”
- Suzanne M. from Los Angeles
Frequently Asked Questions
San Diego Tid Bits
- More varieties of birds and plants are found in San Diego than anywhere else in North America.
- The San Diego desert is home to the most complete collection of fossils representing the last 7 million years of North American history
- La Jolla and Rancho Santa Fe are often cited respectively as the most expensive and wealthiest communities in America.
- The local ocean, mountains, and desert serve as the training grounds for the U.S. Navy Seals
**Welcome to San Diego**
San Diego is one of the best vacation destinations in the world. It offers hundreds of attractions, good year-round weather, and friendly people. San Diego is a unique area encompassing the ocean, mountains, and desert. Each visitor will find something that will make them remember San Diego as one of the best places in the world.
The most famous San Diego attractions include the San Diego Zoo, SeaWorld, LEGOLAND, 70 miles of beaches, and championship golf courses. However, that is just the beginning of what San Diego has to offer.
Theatre lovers will want to visit the Old Globe Theatre, where 20 Broadway Shows got their start, including Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, The Full Monty, and Damn Yankees or the La Jolla Playhouse, which originated the Broadway hits Thoroughly Modern Millie, Jersey Boys, Memphis and others.
Wildlife spectators can visit four National Wildlife Refuges.
Railroad enthusiasts will find a number of historic train depots and the world’s largest miniature railroad museum.
Sports fans can enjoy a variety of professional sports, tour the only year-round U.S. Olympic Training Center or visit the nation’s largest sports museum.
Amateur astronomers can visit our mountains and desert, one of the best areas in the country for stargazing, and take a tour of the world-famous Palomar Observatory.
Daredevils can fly on a sailplane over our mountains and desert or paraglide off the seaside cliffs at Torrey Pines.
The list goes on and on. Let TourGuideTim Theme Based Travel Guide and Tours help you find the San Diego adventure you will remember for a lifetime.
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